Tycho drops amazing new single – Division

Fans of ambient and post-rock, Tycho, a name familiar to every electronic music fan is known for his combination of downtempo vintage-style synthesizers and ambient melodies. The project is led by Scott Hansen (born 1976 or 1977) as primary composer, songwriter, and producer.

Tycho drops their amazing new single Division, their first new material since the release of their artist album “Awake”. As Tycho, Scott Hansen swirling melodies into vaguely triumphant arcs that crisscross between stuttering beats and vocal samples, creating rolling sonic landscapes that extend into the horizon.

Inspired by the work of Ulrich Schnauss and Photek, Tycho continues to impress with his relentless and soothing tracks.Division” boasts of  a warm texture with elements of post-rock and ambient. Starting off with a retro electric guitar rhythm, the track grows with minimal drums ticking a signature time of 7/8.

“Division” boasts of  a warm texture with elements of post-rock and ambient electronic. Starting off with a retro electric guitar rhythm, the track grows with minimal drums ticking a signature time of 7/8 until the swirling melody kicks in blowing out all the energy off your speakers. A beautiful combination of analog and digital sounds will make you put the track on repeat and go back to doing whatever you were doing with a positive outlook and is sure to bring a smile on your face.

The single is released on Ghostly International here.

The artwork symbolic of a mathematical division sign, is designed by ISO50, an alter ego of Scott Hansen that he uses for his photographic and design works.

This single is the best thing you will hear this summer so far.

Hear the track and experience for yourself.

To listen to Tycho’s other singles and albums, head on to his Soundcloud here.

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